One possible signature of a Higgs boson from a simulated proton–proton collision. It decays almost immediately into two jets of hadrons and two electrons, visible as lines. Tentatively observed – a boson consistent with the Higgs boson has been observed, but as of July 2012, scientists have not conclusively identified it as the Higgs boson. Image via Wikimedia Commons

July 7, 2012

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